A few months ago, somebody mentioned Dr. Fong cabs in a post, and I thought it'd be fun to start a thread about them. The idea is to see who all remembers these cabs or owned them. As best as I recall, they were advertised in Bass Player magazine back in the early 90's. I think the shop was in Knightsville, Indiana. The cabs had to be ordered direct from Dr. Fong. They were mostly standard Electro-voice Thiele-Small designs, the ones in the EV technical papers. At the time, I was doing a loud bi-amp setup. I already had a locally made 18" EV cab and wanted a compact 12". So I ordered the Dr. Fong 1x12, which was a very small TL guitar cabinet. It had a slot port divided into three sections, and came with a screw-on port cover that covered the center section of the port, to change the tuning as desired. The cab had an Electro-voice EVM-12. It didn't go very low, probably no more than 70 Hz. Worked well for the biamp setup, though. Everybody liked the sticker on the boxes that the Dr. Fongs came in- it was a cartoon of a mad scientist with a stethoscope testing out a speaker cab, lots of lightning bolts and the like. Dr. Fong had a 'thought balloon' that said "It's alive!!!" I kept that Dr. Fong cab for a few years and sold it in the late 90's. The box survived a few household moves but got wet and fell apart, else I would scan the sticker and post it. I don't think Dr. Fong survived past the mid-90's. I didn't see any ads after about '96. Does anybody know who Dr. Fong was, or have any more info about the company?